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Record #: O2013-3428   
Type: Ordinance Status: Failed to Pass
Intro date: 3/18/2015 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics
Final action: 5/20/2015
Title: Amendment of Municipal Code Section 2-56-040 regarding issuance of subpoenas by Inspector General
Sponsors: Fioretti, Bob, Munoz, Ricardo, Waguespack, Scott, Pawar, Ameya, Sawyer, Roderick T., Arena, John, Sposato, Nicholas, Colón, Rey, Reilly, Brendan, Cappleman, James, Smith, Michele, Lane, Lona, Dowell, Pat, Foulkes, Toni, Burns, William D., Moore, Joseph, Hairston, Leslie A., Osterman, Harry, O'Shea, Matthew J., Moreno, Proco Joe
Topic: MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 2 - City Government & Administration - Ch. 56 Office of Inspector General
Attachments: 1. O2013-3428(V1).pdf, 2. O2013-3428.pdf
Related files: R2015-407, F2014-30
2-56-040 Subpoena issuance and contents - Objections.

The inspector general shall issue subpoenas only if (a) he is conducting an investigation, audit, program review, or hearing authorized by this chapter; and (b) the investigation, audit, program review, or hearing relates to misconduct, inefficiency, or waste within the programs and operation of the city government by any person described in Section 2-56-050; and (c) the inspector general has a reasonable belief that such misconduct, inefficiency, or waste, has occurred; and (d) the testimony of the witness or the documents or items sought by the subpoena are relevant to the investigation, audit, program review, or hearing. A subpoena shall be served in the same manner as subpoenas issued under the Rules of the Illinois Supreme Court to compel appearance of a deponent, and subject to the same witness and mileage fees fixed by law for such subpoenas.

A subpoena issued under this chapter shall identify the person to whom it is directed and the documents or other items sought thereby, if any, and the date, time and place for the appearance of the witness and production of the documents or other items described in the subpoena. In no event shall the date for examination or production be less than seven days after service of the subpoena.

No later than the time for appearance or production required by the subpoena, the person to whom the subpoena is directed may object to the subpoena, in whole or in part. The objection shall be in writing, delivered to the inspector general, and shall specify the grounds for the objection. For seven days after receipt of a timely objection to a subpoena, the inspector general shall take no action to enforce the subpoena or to initiate prosecution of the person to whom the subpoena is directed. During this seven-day period, the inspector general shall consider the grounds for the objection and may attempt to resolve the objection through negotiation with the person to whom th...

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